Militants storm barracks, kill 20 troops in Iraq
BAGHDAD (AP) — Militants in Iraq launched an audacious attack on a military barracks in a remote area in the country's north and killed 20 troops overnight, including some who had been bound and shot at close range, authorities said Sunday as other ...
Deadly bombings sweep Iraq after army shelling in Fallujah
Iraq army 'using barrel bombs' in Fallujah
Ongoing Fighting in Iraq's Anbar Hits Businesses
Will Iraq fall apart?
We've heard it all before - Iraq is on the brink of disintegration. Sectarian tension and violence is spiking, al-Qaeda is running amok through the country and the Kurds are threatening to break away. The post-Saddam political architecture has brought ...
Questions about Iraq today (Editor's Inbox)
Iraq, three years after US withdrawal
Report speculates Iraq may welcome back US forces
Bombings and shootings kill 14 in Iraq
According to the United Nations, 8,868 people were killed in Iraq last year — the country's highest death toll since the peak of sectarian bloodletting in 2007 and 2008. Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not ...
Bombings, shootings kill 14 in Iraq
Bombings and shootings kill 10 in Iraq
The Iowa Republican Senator-to-Be Who Thinks Iraq Had WMD
Slate Magazine (blog)
I wasn't at a level to know. Obviously, the president thought there was actionable intelligence. So, as an Iraqi War veteran I stand beside that. And I stand beside every other soldier I served with in believing we were on a clearly defined mission to ...
Iowa Republican still believes Iraq had WMDs
WATCH: Iowa GOP Senate Candidate Still Believes There Were Weapons of ...
GOP Hypocrisy: Outraged Over Benghazi, Silent on Iraq
Had Obama's war in Iraq also cost American taxpayers $1.7 trillion, with another $490 in veteran expenses (thus far)—with a total cost of $6 trillion projected—I have no doubt that a select committee would long ago have sent him to the Hague for ...
With results due, Iraq anticipates a post-election fight
Iraq held parliamentary elections on April 30 under the worst possible conditions, with an empowered Sunni insurgency holding its own in wide swathes of the country. The political environment was just as bad, with Nouri Al Maliki, the prime minister ...
Iran Is Arming Iraq, And We Shouldn't Be Surprised
Iraq struggles to form a government
The Etijahat Institute, which conducts regular opinion polls in Iraq, claims to know the results with more than half the votes counted. The institute puts the State of Law Coalition of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in front. The coalition could win ...
Scores of troops dead after Iraq kidnappings
The government has been involved in heavy fighting with rebels in Fallujah, where groups including the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant have a foothold. Mosul, a former stronghold of groups fighting the central government and US occupation, is ...
49 killed in violence across Iraq
BAGHDAD, May 12 (Xinhua) -- A total of 49 people were killed and 69 others wounded on Monday in separate violent attacks across Iraq, including battles with insurgent groups in the western province of Anbar, security and medical sources said. In Anbar ...
Christian Werner in Post-War Iraq: A Photographer Investigates a Health Crisis
German photojournalist Christian Werner witnessed four of those burials during his first trip to Iraq. He was there to document what some believe may be the effects of contamination from metals in munitions fired during the Gulf War and the war in Iraq ...